Stone does a wonderful job in unifying the discussion of scarce good lotteries under the umbrella of impartiality. ... the implementation of general criteria of justice ... is enough to make The Luck of Draw
an excellent read. (David Teira, Journal of Economics and Philosophy
About the Author
is Faculty Fellow in the Center for Ethics and Public Affairs at Tulane University. He has been researching the theory and practice of random selection for over a decade, and his work on the subject has been published in such journals as the Journal of Political Philosophy, Journal of Theoretical Politics, Political Theory,
and Social Theory and Practice.
He also works on broader issues relating to justice, democracy, and rationality.